A while ago Joel Hamkins suggested that I copy cat this post of Norman’s: Chart of large cardinals near high-jump with my own large cardinal chart. So here is the large cardinal chart of Ramsey-like cardinals and their relationship to other large cardinal notions. The Ramsey-like cardinals: $\alpha$-*iterable* cardinals ($1\leq\alpha\leq\omega_1$), *strongly Ramsey* cardinals, *super Ramsey* cardinals, and *superlatively Ramsey* cardinals were introduced by myself and/or Philip Welch. All relevant definitions are here.

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